The Fort Kent Blockhouse celebrates its 175th anniversary this month.
Fort Kent Blockhouse has guarded the border for 175 years
Raynald Martin of Brewer talks about his older brother, Onias, who was killed during WWII while liberating the village of Bonnetable, France.
‘Notre Onias’: 70 years later, French villagers honor a Maine soldier’s singular sacrifice
Steely Dan's Donald Fagen performs at the Darling's Waterfront Pavilion on Friday.
Steely Dan plays both hits and back catalog gems at Friday night concert in Bangor
University of Maine students move to campus Friday to start the 2014 school year.
New Black Bears invade UMaine campus on move-in day
Machines -- like this tractor harvesting a blueberry barren in Columbia for Cherryfield Foods -- are playing an increasing role in the harvest of Maine's wild blueberry crop.
Hand rakers, migrants being replaced by mechanization in Down East Maine’s blueberry barrens
The hands of a blueberry picker taken Aug. 18, 1988.
Wild blueberry harvest: celebrating 40 years of Maine’s special fruit
Dad brings back a meal.
Feeding time at the osprey nest
David "Tracy" Moskovitz, co-founder of Hidden Valley Nature Center, sits on a bench by the center's bog boardwalk in Jefferson.
Hidden Valley Nature Center to host celebration as ‘Outstanding Tree Farmers’ of Maine, northeast
Photo from 2001 Blue Hill Fair
Blue Hill Fair starts Thursday
Senator Susan Collins waves to supporters as she leaves her campaign headquarters in Bangor to embark on her cross-state bus tour Tuesday.
Collins’ ‘traditional’ statewide bus tour launches in Bangor to sounds of brass quartet
Yankee Cobbler's Jonathan Lambert works to grind down a sole of a shoe Thursday at his shop in Bangor. Lambert has been a cobbler for about 10 years.
Bangor cobbler carries on centuries-old tradition
Five thousand rubber ducks wait in the back of George Pelletier's potato truck for the start of the International Duck Derby in Fort Kent on Sunday.
5,000-duck flotilla invades Fort Kent for International Duck Derby
Alanis Morissette, 90s pop icon, performs an intimate, acoustic show on Saturday at the Maine State Pier in Portland.
Acoustic show from Alanis Morissette draws mellow crowd to Maine State Pier in Portland
The bright red houseboat owned by Steve White, partner in Front Street Shipyard and owner of Brooklin Boat Yard, docked at the Front Street Shipyard in Belfast on Wednesday.
Home sweet houseboat: Recycled shipping containers enliven Belfast waterfront
Jessie Savage (right) dumps ice water on Hunter Klenowski (center), 12, who dumps water on Heidi Klenowski as part of the ASL Ice Bucket Challenge on Friday at Carrier's restaurant in Bucksport.
Bucksport woman’s extreme ALS Ice Bucket Challenge brings in more than $1,600
Mark Stodolski prepares to land Destination Unknown during the 11th annual Crown of Maine Balloon Fest in Presque Isle.
Photographer captures bird’s eye view of Crown of Maine Balloon Fest
Joanne Palombo-McCallie (left) jokes with Paul Vachon while signing basketballs before they were inducted into the Maine Basketball Hall of Fame on Thursday at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor.
Trailblazers Blais Manning, Bouchard, Palombo-McCallie lead Maine Basketball Hall of Fame’s first induction
Hannah Semler, gleaning coordinator for Healthy Acadia, picks kale at Pat and Mike's Garden, a small farm in Ellsworth.
Gleaning program puts garden surplus on tables, helps fight food insecurity in Hancock County
Firefighters from several communities launched boats Thursday morning to search the Presumpscot River for a man who was apparently swept over a dam.
Searchers recover body of man reportedly swept over Saccarappa Falls in Presumpscot River
Kenn Ethcoates (left) and Tim McCandless of the Sussex, New Brunswick-based Commercial Tent company work on setting up the tent that will house the Penobscot Stage during the 2014 American Folk Festival in Bangor.
Bangor Waterfront sets the stage for the 2014 American Folk Festival
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